From the Back Cover
Improve your seat and enhance your riding experience
Through clear explanations and photos of each exercise, The Rider's Fitness Guide to a Better Seat helps you achieve a good basic position that is centered, aligned, balanced, and relaxed. An improved seat will help you eliminate back pain and post-riding soreness, lessen fatigue, enjoy riding more, minimize the risk of injury, and improve your performance. Inside you'll find:
Three full exercise routines for beginner, intermediate, and advanced fitness levels, all requiring just minutes a day
Exercise programs that do not require special equipment, so you can do them at home, in the barn, or on the go
A lay-flat, spiral-bound format and two free tear-out workout guides for take-anywhere convenience
After just ten days on the beginner program, you'll feel a difference in your seat; after a month on the intermediate program, you'll have a "new" seat; the advanced program offers lifelong maintenance to ensure your continued riding pleasure and improved performance.
About the Author
author of Equine Massage: A Practical Guide,
Second Edition (Howell Book House), is a Licensed Massage Therapist. During twenty-five years of practice, he has worked with riders of all ages and levels, many with chronic back problems. In this unique book, he uses his knowledge of riders and horses to show weekend riders and serious equestrian competitors how to improve their seat.